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Compiled from Web sites The National Science Foundation (NSF) has funded a number of curriculum projects for K-12 mathematics over the past decade, which are generally intended to promote high-quality mathematics education for all students. These projects have amassed an impressive array of data throughout their development processes. We collect here data that these projects (and related "reform" curricula) have made publicly available. Note that we post these links as a service; we do not endorse or recommend any particular programs or products. Elementary Grades - Everyday
Mathematics
(http://www.everydaylearning.com/em/infofor/results/stories.html) - Investigations
in Number, Data, and Space
(http://www.terc.edu/investigations/impact/html/impact-map.html)
Middle Grades - Mathematics
in Context
(http://mic.britannica.com/mic/common/MicAndStudentAchievement.asp?linkID=00) - Connected
Mathematics Program
(http://www.math.msu.edu/cmp/RepStu.html)
- Middle-school
Mathematics through Applications
(http://mmap.wested.org/pathways/press_summaries.html)
High School - Contemporary
Mathematics in Context (Core-Plus)
(http://www.wmich.edu/cpmp/evaluation.html) - Interactive
Mathematics Program
(http://www.mathimp.org/research/) - SIMSS
Integrated Mathematics
(http://www.montana.edu/wwwsimms/assess flash intro.htm) - Math
Connections
(http://www.mathconnections.com/evalsum01.html)
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